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Rundown Of The NBA Trade Deadline

Zach Singer, Sports Writer

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This year’s NBA Trade Deadline was a historic one for the league. All-Star players were moved, and draft picks were sent around in a frenzy. Here is a rundown of the notable trades we witnessed over the trading period.

 

Mavericks lure Porzingis from New York  

Dallas Mavericks Receive: Kristaps Porzingis, Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr., Courtney Lee

 

New York Knicks Receive: Dennis Smith Jr., Deandre Jordan, Wesley Matthews, 2 future 1st round picks

 

Raptors acquire Gasol in deal with Memphis

Toronto Raptors Receive: Marc Gasol

 

Memphis Grizzlies Receive: Jonas Valanciunas, Delon Wright, CJ Miles, 2024 second-round pick

 

Bucks-Pistons-Pelicans complete three team swap

Milwaukee Bucks Receive: Nikola Mirotic (via New Orleans)

 

New Orleans Pelicans Receive: Jason Smith (via Milwaukee), Stanley Johnson, four future second-round picks (via Detroit)

 

Detroit Pistons Receive: Thon Maker (via Milwaukee)

 

Fultz finds a new home in Orlando

Orlando Magic Receive: Markelle Fultz

 

Philadelphia 76ers Receive: Jonathan Simmons, Protected 2019 first-round pick,

2019 second-round pick

 

Harris heads to Philadelphia

Philadelphia 76ers Receive: Tobias Harris, Boban Marjanovic, Mike Scott

 

Los Angeles Clippers Receive : Wilson Chandler, Mike Muscala, Landry Shamet, 2020 first-round pick, 2021 first-round pick (from Miami), two future second-round picks (from Detroit)

 

In conclusion, the NBA Trade Deadline had a massive impact on the landscape of the NBA. Teams made ground breaking moves to lock themselves in the playoffs or to propel them into the future. As we approach All-Star weekend, the best players the NBA has to offer will compete in challenges such as the NBA Dunk Contest and most notably the All-Star game. We look forward too an exciting All-Star weekend and an entertaining second half of the NBA season.

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Rundown Of The NBA Trade Deadline